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you can see >>> tonight on "nightline," steve jobs resigns. tonight, the wizard behind some world has ever known resigns as chief of apple in a surprise announcement. we've got the very latest. >>> hurricane warning. the first major hurricane to take aim at the u.s. in years. irene smashes through the bahamas and bears down on the mainland. we're out in the storm. >>> and hunger at home. a year ago, he would not have believed he would be feeding his family on handouts. >> i wasn't living above my means. had a job, put food on the table. >> we go inside the quiet american crisis. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. steve jobs once said that people n't know what they want till yoyoshow it to them. with incredible, almost spooky, consistency, jobs has produced new products that consumers discovered they really, really wanted. well, now just hours ago, steve jobs has resigned as chief executive of apple, the company he built. just a month after apple announced astronomical third quarter profits of more than $7 billion. here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: it was the resignation he
>>> now what? up next, steve jobs steps down at apple. a major change for one of the world's most important companies. high heat and high stakes. the risky attempt to put out this propane fire near sacramento. abc7 news begins in 60 >>> i just think it is really sad. he is so innovative with apple. he brought the company around. >> it is sad to hear it. i hope his health is good. >> he will be there innovating as long as he can. >> reaction on the sudden resignation on steve jobs. jobs left with this statement, quote, i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo, i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately that day has come. i hereby resign as cree o of -- ceo of apple. steve jobs is more than a ceo. he has been april -- apple's core. what affect will it have really on the company and the consumer? leslie brinkly has more on the story. >> it is certainly the end of an era, but not the end of apple by any means. they will continue on -- he will continue on as chairman of the board. he is not disappearing,
to the fact that steve jobs is no longer at ceo. apple without steve jobs? what is that going to look like? we'll take a look in just a minute. >> and also no morning, thousands of people are back home in placer county after a burning tanker finally burns itself out. >> a lot of clouds and drizzle. cooler weather is on the way. i'll tell you how long it will last. >> good morning, i'm sue hall. we've got an accident on the penalties that may affect your early morning commute. more details coming up. >> and public outcry forces oakland school board members promoting a district officer as chief of the police force. >> good morning. i'm eric thomas. kristen sze is off today. >> this is apple's first full day of the 21st century without steve jobs in the chair. he stepped down and reaction is rolling in. terry mcsweeney is live at the new apple store in berkeley. >> some say they are stunned and some say they expected it but whatever, steve jobs is no longer ceo at apple. he is still with the company, but he is no longer ceo. in his letter he can no longer meet his duties and expectations. what do
store in berkeley, the man who brought you the iphone, stepping down as ceo of apple. steve jobs is out. we're going to talk about why he left and we're going to talk about the old boss and meet the new boss. >>> here is a look from mount tamalpais this morning, a lot of clouds. this only way you'll see the sunrise. drizzle for your morning commute. cooling trend deepens in your forecast. >> good morning, i'm sue hall. newark, we could have possible delays. more on that in just a few minutes. >>> thanks for joining us. kristen is off today, i'm eric thomas. >> we begin in placer county in the town of lincoln where 4,000 evacuees are headed back to their homes after fire crews snuffed out a massive tanker fire that has been bunk for days. families were evacuated because fire officials were concerned that the tanker could explode and level everything within a mile of the fire. now, lincoln's fire chief says the blaze burned itself out overnight but there is still propane inside the tank. crews plan to shoot water on the tanker for the next several hours. here is a look at the fire scene t
of talk about steve jobs health in recent years. >> no matter what, it's a shock. steve jobs known as one of the greatest ceos of all time. the question is hopefully steve jobs is okay. and two, what is going to happen next? what is going to happen to apple in the market? how is apple going to move on? >> he's had such a tremendous influence on apple what. do you think his legacy is at this point? >> right now, building the most-valuable company in the world, coming back from the brink of destruction. he was kicked out of his company, coming back to apple whit was nearly bankrupt and turned it into an empire, he's going to be known as one of the great entrepreneurs of all time. >> if you hold apple shares or if you're a consumer and love the products and see tim cook is going to take over, are you concerned about apple being able to be the front runner in technology? and still be able to come up with cool gadgets? >> steve jobs and tim cook have been working on this plan for years. everyone has known steve jobs would resign and tim cook would take over. i think steve jobs imparted his cul
qualifications. >> steve jobs and tim cook, the new ceo have been working on this plan for years. everyone has known steve jobs would resign and tim cook would take over. i think steve jobs imparted his culture into apple so deeply that it will run just fine. with that said, the markets are still going to react strongly to the news tomorrow. >> he may not be active in day-to-day decision making but i bet whit comes to product approvals and major decisions he'll be extremely active. it's hard to imagine him being on the side lines as long as he's able to breathe, so to speak. >> to pick up on that line of thinking jobs did ask to be named chairman of the board and remain as a director and employee. that was approve bid the board. apple was in a solid decision, the leader in tablets with ipad and maker of the popular iphone. this year, steve jobs says we're entering post pc era, reverence to the fact ipad and tabblets are taking over top lart of notebooks and net books. today we enter into the steve jobs era. >> and in pinole today an armored car robbery goes bad and bullets start
. >> reporter: and it seems to have everything to do with me. steve hirsch, ceo of vivid entertainment, one of the biggest producers, spoke with "nightline" in 2009. >> the truth is that when people watch adult movies they are watching it for the fantasy. they don't want to see condoms. it just doesn't sell as well. that's just a fact. >> they say they won't make as much money but they would like to use 16-year-old girls and they're not permitted to do that. city and county government don't want to deal with this because it deals with sex, it deaea with fornothi pornography. that's a really bad excuse for not protecting these young people. >> reporter: of the major adult entertainment producers, only one studio requires condom use for all their contract stars. wicked pictures. >> most of the companiy ies fro upon it. if you are saying, i want to wear a condom, chances are, that is going to do it without the condom. >> reporter: there have been current actresses who say, it doesn't bother them. are they not telling the truth? >> i think they're not thinking about it. they're thinking about t
that steve jobs, the godfather of the ipad, iphone, and ipod, is stepping down from apple. it touched quite a chord today. check out the messages on twitter. a world without steve jobs running apple? what are we going to do? there wewe so many more. that response to a corporate farewell is something we have never seen b bore. abc's neal karlinsky has more. on the visionary man who sparked it. >> reporter: before steve jobs was a modern day thomas edison, he was an adopted kid growing up in cupertino, california. by the time he was 13, seen here in his school yearbook, he was already obsessed with technology, something he reminisced about during his visit to the cupertino city council this year. >> when i was 13, i think i called up hewlett and packard were my idols. i called up bill hewlett and he gave me a job that summer. >> reporter: it turns out talent runs in the family. as an adult, jobs tracked down his biological sister, successful author of "anywhere but here," mona simpson. she remains one of jobs' closest confidants. steve wozniak, the man who co-founded apple with jobs out of a
me to the diamond planet. >> ahead, steve legacy at apple. you will not see much of a difference even though the company's master mind is stepping aside. >> inside of qaddafi's compound. rebels made a strange discovery. >> and a look at the cool down. it will warm up tomorrow. we'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up.ososososososs >> the departing now look for something else. >> an apple growing speculation of what is next for apple's brightest now that steve jobs has stepped aside. we have more. >> david apple watches are waiting to see if they will undergo changes or face new leadership. >>reporter: there will be challenges ahead. but first look at the report. there is no question that apple's success is tied to their people and that could be their secret sauce. the nagging question is if there is a exodus with steve jobs being around. >> we like to be around the greatness. they recognize this experience would not be repeated in their lifetime and they wanted to get the most of it. with steve departing it is time to look for something else. >>reporter: members of the team of t
the iphone has stepped down at ceo of apple, steve jobs is gone. here come the questions, what about his health? what about the company? what about the future? we'll have a live report. >> i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco, convicted criminal barry bonds could get that conviction against him tossed out today. former giants' star has an important hearing. >> waiting you outside, clouds and drizzle this morning. by the afternoon hours, cooling trend continues. till you when it gets warm again. >> good morning, i'm sue hall. we've got two accidents, kind of major, one in albany and another on freeway in daly city. details coming up. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >>> today, tim cook era begins at apple. steve jobs resigned yesterday in the wake of continued health problems. terry mcsweeney is live at the new apple store and everybody is wondering what it will mean for the direction of apple. >> yeah, steve jobs built apple into the number one tech company in the world. now, in a very brief resignation letter he left a whole lot more questions. he didn't give
:00. >>> this is "world news." tonight, breaking news. steve jobs resigns. the revolutionary driving force behind apple, in failing health, says the day has come to step down. >>> gathering storm. that monster hurricane irene getting stronger as it barrels towards the east coast. 65 million americans from the carolinas to maine are warned to prepare. >>> battle for libya. our reporter caught in the crossfire as bullets fly at the gadhafi compound. rebels have overrun the fortress, but where is the dictator hiding tonight? >>> hunger at home. we begin our look at this exploding crisis in america. an exclusive new report. 1 in 4 children affected. the hidden faces of hunger all around us, and how you can help right now. >>> and basic instinct? just before the big east coast earthquake, so many animals sure seemed to know that something was up. >>> good evening. we're going to get right to that breaking news on steve jobs. before we begin, i want you to look at the lower right corner of your screen. it says hunger at home. it signals our special coverage of this american crisis. and how you can help solve
? >> uh-huh. >>> we were talking earlier about steve jobs and how his vision has revolutionized the world. part of that revolution is taking place in a small alabama town, where the high school is setting aside textbooks in favor of mac books. >> a sign of the times. the laptops are part of a $2 million pilot program, aimed at making the teachers and students more interactive. >> i'd love to get a mac book from my school. students get to keep them all year in the classroom as well as at home, for taking tests, doing homework and conducting research. nice perk there. >> the superintendent said the school is trying to eliminate textbooks altogether and give every student a laptop. >> that would be great. >> wow, unbelievable. >> i think we'll have all of our text books on ipads. and you don't have to carry around the textbooks. >> it woululbe nice. and good for your back, too. >>> we'll be back right after this. ♪ too. >>> we'll be back right after this. ♪ hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible ith a hoveround., tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor
. >>> steve jobs resigning as head of one of america's biggest companies. why the visionary who brought us the love of electronics from the mac to the ipad says he has to step down. >>> the suspect, 20 months after hihiwife susan powell disappears josh powell sits down for his first interview. >> did you kill your wife? >> get ready for an extraordinary and exploding confrontation. susan powell's father is with us to respond. >>> and good morning, everyone. as i was telling george before we went on the air this reminds me of living on the mississippi gulf coast. you don't know where it's going. there's been a big shift overnight in how this massive hurricane is tracking. right now forecasts are showing it headed right for the east coast's biggest cities. irene only getting more powerful as it gets closer. >> this is here in the bahamas ere the storm battered the islands overnight and there was widespread damage there. >> on its way now to the carolinas. we want to take you live there, as well. it will look pretty calm in the carolinas and empty because a hurricane watch has already been is
apple's core. in a surprise move steve jobs resigns as apple's ceo. what the future holds for the historic innovator and the >>> bottoms up.ed start. the new hair care product going from the saloon to the e lon. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm tanya rivero. >> and i'm rob nelson. hurricane irene could be shaping up to be an historic storm. its powerful winds are tearing through the bahamas. >> before the day is over it is expected to become a category 4 storm and could be the worst hurricane to hit the east in two decades. abc's karen travers has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. two days ago the east coast was rocked by a rare earthquake. now residents are preparing for what could be a massive hurricane. hurricane irene is coming and it could pack a real punch. forecasters say the storm could gain strength as it barrels towards the east coast likely making landfall in north carolina as a category 3 hurricane as early as saturday. irene's winds stretch out over 400 mile, the same width as the state of arizona, more than 65 million people live in its path along
core? with steve jobs leaving there is concern about possibility of brain drain, top talent leaving. stock price finished at $1.74s per share, so much speculation about the future of the company. >> it's true. the question what would steve jobs do is part of apple's culture and embedded in corporate training program. now, the ultramitt test there. is concern some of apple's brightest people may consider leaving. >> they'd like being around greatness. that was part of why they were there. they recognized that this experience won't be repeated in their lifetime. they wanted to get the most of it. now, it becomes time to look for something eels however, apple invested in developing employees in leadership and decision making so they'd be ready for a post steve jobs era, hiring a yale professor for rub running apple university. >> i think the key to continue business success is development of a set of talented people, who can help the company grow. and... are to do that, have you to invest in training and development. and since apple has lots of money, they've invested as they said shud
with the story tonight. david? >> well steve jobs has been on a medical leave since the first of the year but neither he nor the company have been willing to say what the medical condition s that has led to speculation. with today's surprise announcement, the company made it clear it was prepared for this day. now jobs has been apple's front man for years. the public face of a company with loyal customers. his key note speeches at conferences inspired them to create applications to run on ipads, and mac computers. he built apple into a best known brand recommending his number-two executive tim cook succeed him. the board agreed. there are now concerns whether he can fill steve jobs' shoes with the same style. >> tim cook could never do what steve jobs did for apple. i don't see him as the kind of person that can have the focus whurk look at steve jobs he's a different kind of leader. he's not just a business person. he's someone who really thinks about the human experience and tells you what you want to think. >> and cook will now take over a company grown into a global power house, makin
now for the weather. steve villanueva is in for sam this morning. hey, steve. >> hey, guys. good morning, everyone. we'll start in texas this morning, where it is finally a little bit cooler. yesterday in dallas, we were only in the 90s for the first time in 40 days. we were not in the triple digits thanks to some thunderstorms. more in the forecast. great news because you desperately needed the rain. and in new england, back towards chicago a very comfortable start to the day heading into the 80s later with lots of sunshine. all right, everyone. that is your national forecast. that's your weather, everyone. elizabeth? >> all right, steve. thanks so much. >>> now, a spoiler alert. you might actually enjoy a story more if you know how it ends before you begin. at least that's what a new study is saying. abc's david wright takes a look on this new twist on storytelling. >> reporter: these researchers insist knowing how everything turns out doesn't spoil the fun. it actually makes things better. for "good morning america" -- hang on a sec. it actually makes things better. really? th
of the 21st century when steve jobs is not the ceo of apple. it appears investors are willing to accept the change. shares fell 1%. that is rebound from overnight trading when apple stock fell more than 5%. steve jobs announced yesterday he would be resigning as ceo immediately. he did say he will stay on as chairman of apple. he didn't give a reason but he has been battling a series of health problems and taken medical leave three times. tim cook is taking over as ceo. >>> just hours from now former giants slugger barry bonds and his defense team will return to court to try to convince a federal court to set aside his conviction for obstruction of justice. bonds' lawyers have raised concerns about the instructions jurors got before determining his fate. they say bonds was really guilty of giving a rambling answer. prosecutors may also reveal today if they plan to retry bonds on the perjury charges. they claimed he committed perjury when he was telephoning before a federal grand jury. >>> to the battle of libya, a spokesperson for moammar khadafy he says he is leading the fight against
lately. we're also going to talk about his caddie. his former caddie steve williams, who was fired not that long ago. rather unceremoniously, one might argue, after being with tiger woods for about 11 years. this weekend the bridgestone invitational took place where tiger has had a lot of success. he was not with his caddie, steve williams. in fact, steve williams was with adam scott who you see on the right. guess who won. yeah, not tiger woods. adam scott won. >> there's some justice in that. >> poetic justice here. there are those saying steve williams is a bit of a sore winner. he's sort of bragging a little bit about all ofofhis, gloating that f ftunes have turned in his favor. >> that must be hard not to do if you were fired. >> tiger woods finished 37th in this tournament. so his fortunes not doing so well. >> maybe the caddie brings the luck. >> some adce, you never know$ caddies can make a difference. >> stick with your caddie. >>> as we know, charlie sheen's character is no longer on "two and a half men." ashton kutcher all set to take over. now we have the details how th
points, almost 4%. so, let's head now to atlanta, and abc's steve osunsami, who was with all those people loloing for work. hello, steve. >> reporter: good evening, diane. we canvassed some of the 90 companies that are here today and found that there are more than 2,000 jobs for hire. but no one was prepared for the thousands more who came pouring through these doors today. desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. thousands waited overnight. some camped out in their businene suits and office heels, in the stifling heat. >> i got here at 9:12. i got in there at, like, 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only thing i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and were struguging to keep the line moving and get people moved inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get sick. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to feed. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got kids, you got bills, got to stay somewhere. you don't
that could make your neighborhood better and bring america back. and abc's steve osunsami decided to go out and see the process in action. >> have you got the numbers on it yet? >> reporter: they're the type of young business people that could help end the foreclosure crisis in america. dane and his sister-in-law have bought eight foreclosed homes this year for pennies on the dollar. and turnedd them into rentals. this one cost them just $22,000. after $15,000 in upgrades and a month of hard work, it was transformed. next week they plan to rent to it family in need. >> if the government would get involved and offer more affordable finance options, it would make things easier. >> probably take 50% to 75% of the properties off the market within a year or two. >> reporter: washington is listening closely. deciding this week to find new ways to make it easier for investors to buy up the country's 500,000 distressed properties. they're looking at tax breaks. helping investors get better financing. making sure there are families ready to trent homes investors purchase. the biggest idea, making it
a pass because a glacier fell on her. >>> we have the weather now from steve villanueva from new haven, connecticut, in for sam. great to have you here, steve. >> good morning, everyone. it is going to be a beautiful day in the northeast. we have a very comfortable air mass coming down from canada. temperatures in the 80s. very low humidity. in texas, the heat continues. temperatures there in the triple digits. tomorrow we can tie the record in dallas at 42-straight days. maybe we'll beat it as we head into saturday. that's your national forecast. >>> and coming up, new details on the american woman who disappeared in aruba. we'll talk to her boyfriend live about his frantic search to find her. >>> and the new american gold rush. how easy it is to melt down your valuables into cold sh? we'll show you the money. >>> and look at this. bull on the run led police on a wild chase. it's like fire. woman: ow, ow! i can't see. man: it's singeing me! it's the sun. get out of the office more often with chili's $6 lunch break combos. pair a texas toast half sandwich with fries and super salad eve
that apple's founder steve jobs is stepping down sent people online to find out more about his health, his family and the stock. tim cook also garnered lots of searches. >>> celebrity breakups were big this week, as will and jada fended off rumors of divorce. and the talk host sara gilbert split from her longtime partner. >>> and finally, the web is buzzing with back to school. parents are looking for everything from healthy school snacks, to justin bieber backpacks, to school supply lists. and with school budgets in a pinch, lots of teachers are scrambling to put their classes together with fewer resources. you can help your child's xd teacher through the home room pages for home room teachers on yahoo!. we teamed up to help teachers and students get the supplies they need this fall. have a great weekend, guys. back to you. >> other things that were the death of nick ashford, from ashford simpson. and the hot sauce mom who got in trouble. >> that's right, who filmed that just to get on the dr. phil show. >> you'll be ready for back-to-school soon enough with your two young boys at home. >
at steve jobs legacy. it's a little bizarre. >> yes z a middle of the night mission state side. >> it gets you sometimes. >> soldiers working around the clock to dij ties arlington national cemetery. >> michael finney taking your questions on twitter and facebook. he'll answer them live in just minutes wex have links if you want to write in. >> we want you to see this traffic picture, people trying to get into san francisco. what a mess. this is caused by some roll overaccident they're trying to get that cleared. you can see back up is going to take hours on the bridge. you can see from this shot things are moving right along. if you're trying to gelt on the bridge it's a mess tonight so be patient. >> there is a project going on at arlington national cemetery, soldiers wandering through at night taking pictures of graves to make a digital map. the troops are photographing 219,000 grave markers and more than 43,000 sets of cremated remains part of an effort to account for every grave, update the maps. troops are working in the park to escape summer heat. >> maybe i just heard stuff. it was
, steve carlson is facing murder charges. the two were classmates. vic lee is live with reaction from those who remember carlson from school. >> steve carlson appeared in juvenile court here for a detention hearing. that is synonymous with an arraignment in adult supreme court. it's rather strange for a 43-year-old man to appear in juvenile court but remember, the crime, the murder committed when he was only 17. now, seems like a lot of former foot hill high school students remember this case and remember him. some of them came here to court to see what's happening and they all told us they had strong suspicions about him. >> it was something about him from elementary school to junior high to high school. he was mean. he was a bully. he has this odd way about him z just... people feared him. >> i do hope that it's very short. and that they have found perpetrator and we can actually put some closure to this. >> 43-year-old steve carlson charged with murdering tina fails april 15th, 1984. the 14-year-old killed while walking home from foothill high school, stabbed numerous times and lef
stock is holding steady in the wake of steve jobs sudden resignation. it was down 2.5% before closing up in after hours trading. many analysts remain bullish on apple expecting iphones to triple to 15% of the market as it enters the china market. steve jobs is expected to remain a strong influence as chairman of the board. in fact, apple's new ceo tim cook issued a statement saying, quote, apple is not going to change. i'm looking forward to steve's ongoing guidance and inspiration. >> facebook has reason to brag, google had a trillion views in june and 870 million unique visitors. facebook reached 47% of all web surfers and those are just the people google can track. web experts say the real numbers are likely to be higher. >> police in arizona say a thief stole thousands of dollars worth of snakes by stuflg them down in his pants. they recorded the heist. >> he just opened a cage, dropped them and put them in his pants and hung around for a couple of minutes. walked out the door. >> it was long shorts. >> the snakes were rair ones worth about $800 each. he sold them for $175 each and.
. >> the "roundtable" on the policy and politics required to turn this country around. steve rattner, mastermind of the auto industry bailout. mellody hopson investment fund manager and tea party congressman jason chaffetz join george will and cokie roberts. >>> and the deadliest day in afghanistan. 33 troops perish as taliban shoots down a helicopter. >> announcer: live from the newseum in washington, "this week with christiane amanpour" starts right now. >>> welcome to the program. we have lots to get to today. but first, some news since your morning papers. the pentagon is starting to paint a fuller picture of what exactly happened on the deadliest attack on american forces since the start of the war in afghanistan nearly ten years ago. 30 americans and 8 afghans were killed yesterday when the taliban shot down their chinook helicopter. among the dead are 22 elite navy s.e.a.l.s. abc's s reign correspondent martha raddatz joins me with the very latest. what about that community, the forces and their families? >> this is such a small community. there are only 300 s.e.a.l.s on s.e.a.l. team 6.
over the age of 50 are at risk of going hungry. that's up almost 80% over the last decade. abc's steve osunsami spoke to some of those struggling today. >> reporter: nancy and randall watkins say they were just like most middle class couples in their early 50s, making sure everything was paid on time until he got sick last year. and then she got sick. and they both lost their jobs. today, they can barely put food on the table. >> sometimes you don't want to get up. you just think today will be better. so, i'm thinking, lord, let me feel better. >> reporter: they use all kinds of tricks to make their food last. they eat food that's gone bad. and eat cereal without the milk. >> sometimes there's not a lot of milk, you know? you compromise. you can use water. >> reporter: they make too much from disabilititto get food stamps. but they don't make enough to pay their bills. they owe $25,000 to a hospital in kentucky. today's report say it's now americans in their 50s who are in the prime of their working lives and more likely to be hungry than people in their 60s and 70s. >> these are folks
dominating chatter leading to the pga championship overshadowing the victory. >> i guess, i don't know. steve was delighted to win. and as was i. and... you know, speaking with a bit of emotion, probably. >> and he had a chat with steve himself about it. >> yeah. yeah. >> thank you. >> and that is this edition of abc 7 news. >> and for larry beil and spencer christian have a good night. [ man ] did we get anything good? sweetie i think you need a little extra fiber in your diet. fiber makes me sad. oh common. i dare you to taste one hint of ber in fiber one. oh, i'd be able to tell. why don't i just eat this bag? and how can you talk to me about fiber you enjoy that. i am. [ male announcer ] fiber beyond recognition. ber one. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. this is the "jeopardy!" college championship. here is our second group of semi-finalists-- a junior at southern adventistniversity from avon park, florida... a junior at the ohio state university from northbrook, illinois... and a senior at u.c.l.a. from elk grove, california... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"--
stock is holding steady in the wake of ceo steve jobs sudden resignation as ceo. it was down 2 and a half percent today after closing up a fraction in after hours trading. 52 week high was just over 400 dollars a share. many analyst are still bull on a well some expecting i-phone worldwide market share to triple to 15 percent. as it enters the china market. mack i pad sales expected to remain strong and jobs is to remain strong as compare man of the board. >> new ceo tim cook issued a statement today saying apple is not going to change. i'm looking forward to steve ongoing guide answer and inspiration. >>> tonight the company claiming its amazing what soup can do settled a lawsuit over what soup can't do. an investigation from michael revealed potentially misleading labels on cans of campbell tomato soup. the can with the green label claims the soup has 25% less sodium. however, the regular tomato soup has the exact same amount of salt. 4 40 milligrams each. district attorney in alameda and staying counties saw our 7 on your side report and filed a civil lawsuit again
is heochk to play in round two. he a even par 70. the man to catch steve stricker to a 63 tied the lowest score, he leads by two shots. >> giants had night off they are in florida without carlos beltran. he had a cortisone shot that did not help his wrist. >> cliff pennington, and eric, look out for that wall. it ain't going anywhere. two-run double and conner jackson, meet the wall again. we'll have an updated for him. a's built a 6-0 lead and cruise to a victory. los gatos and puerto rico in the world series. this game was over pretty early. bruce doubled home. austin gabor with a two-run bomb los gatos wins the world series championship, 17-7. >> "nightline" is up next. >> for all of us, thanks for joining us. >> we appreciate your time. we'll see you again here tomorrow. bç you can see
's how we're helping set opportunity in motion. continues from new york city with bill weir. >>> steve martin used to give a lesson on how to be a millionaire. step one, get a million dollars. an equally helpful tip might be do something everybody wants. and you're about to meet a man who realized that in america everybody wants to get rid of their mountains of junk. once that clicked, he was en route to mountains of cash. and to explain how, here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: if it's true that one man's junk is another man's treasure, then what happens if you get everyone's junk? junk, and he wants more. king of ♪ it used to be that visions of a junk man conjured up the '70s tv show "sanford and son." >> you big dummy. >> big dummy? >> how would you like one across your lips? >> reporter: the 41-year-old scuddermore is no fred sanford. >> okay, perfect. thanks. >> reporter: he's the idea man behind 1-800-got-junk. a business that's become the starbucks of trash. his trucks are seemingly everywhere. and his company has become a classic example of a simple idea executed to perf
and steve vicar on their tails. should be a great sunday final round. >> a's hosting the rangers. cahill had it going today. beautiful day in oakland. looks like the band is back together. cahill had a no-hitter going but loses the shutout. 1 or rangers. the seven, now 2-0. a's get one back. dejesus goes the iowa towards josh willingham. a's down 2-1 that's as close as the get. rangers break it up with three in the eighth. texas takes their second straight from the a's. >> giants in florida, trying to find some offense. kym tim lincecum dealing. struck out five of his first seven. eight tota. only a hit so far. when he wasn't get them out, his defense was. row waned, a great stab in the third. keppinger, doing it with his bat and glove. bolt -- bottom five. walk aubrey huff. off his bat. slides, fumbles i., ross scores. the giants lead 3-0 in the eighthment highlights at 11:00. >>> 49 critics are out in force especially when it comes to alex smith, but when your offense gives you no time, not many quarterbacks are going to look good, except maybe rookie colin kaepernick. he can run. taking o
apple prepares for life without steve jobs. and concern that best the test vehicle crashed in pacific three minutes in the mission. the pentagon said it ended up collecting valuable data. this is the falcon being launched from the air force base. it was traveling at remarkable 3 -- 13,000 miles per hour when it crashed. it is to fly from the base to any city in the world within minutes. >> crew part of the six month space flight. they posted photos from orbit. they snapped this image at night. illuminated by tar lightt and moon light. the hd3 d camera is a education tool. >> we can use this to help with robotics and fine work we have to do outside. if we have a 3 d view it will help immensely. they are watching hurricane irene. this is the view from space. the hurricane irene looks leak a big dome of solid cloud, just terrifying from above. >> coming up next, the race to read. >> inny car driver come to town to get kids to take a lap in a good book. ah yes. there it is. the "mystery spot". not a mammal in this household is willing to lay claim to its origin. we may never know. let tha
surprising that steve powell would come out with this. >> reporter: andndn the small town where both sue sap and josh's families live only miles apart, public shouting matches between inlaws. >> how is your standing at our neighborhood markeke heheing? >> reporter: stephen powell says when susan powell turned up missing, police searched his home for her. he says he doesn't know what happened to her. >> i really don't believe she's dead. i haven't felt that way. >> reporter: and josh says he has that same feeling. >> i don't know where she is at this point. >> reporter: what would you want to say to her, if she's watching? >> i would tell her that i love her. she's got two boys who love her. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm abbie boudreau in seattle. ♪ i'm a film star. well, i'm a film, eft behind by a floor cleaner i thought was going to take me places. wait! now life is dull... darling! ♪ i believe in miracles [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. swiffer wetjet's new upgraded solution loosens and lifts off dirt to help prevent streaks and residue. and reveal more shine than a mop
. into the cup. and the leader through three round is adam scott, whose caddie is steve williams, who tiring fired last month. was it john lennon who said, instant karma is going to get you? and there is your sports. will see you again tomorrow. >> alan: that concludes another broadcast of abc-7 news. thanks for joining us. captioned by closed captioning services inc. can i eat heart healthy without giving up taste? a man can only try... and try...and try. i heard eating wle grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's gonna be tough. my wife and i want to lowe our cholesterol, but finding healthy food that tastes good is torturous. your father is suffering. [ male announc ] honey nut cheerios tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. since time began. not anymore. ♪ fiber one is bringing brownies back. at 90 calories, the only thing between you and chocolaty brownies ♪ new fiber one 90 calorie brownies. in the granola bar aisle.
could save you 15% or more on car insurance. how you doing? my name is steve. my family's lived in this neighbrhood for ears. recently, things got so tight we had to go to our local food bank for help. are missed opportunities. that's why we created the blue ribbon attendance challenge to help keep kids at their desks... while our innovative products, like new lysol x-tra large dual action wipes and lysol no touch hand soap, continue to encourage healthy habits in schools. to get your school involved, visit buy any two lysol products, and get lysol wipes for free. terry moran. >>> well, "rise of planet of the apes" hits theaters today. it's a prequel to the 1968 classic "planet of the apes" starring charlton heston. the actors playing apes in that movie each wore several pounds of great makeup. the new film employs a cutting edge technology in which a human actor's movements, even facial expressions, are captured by computer and then rendered into a realistic on-screen chimp. david wright went behind the scenes of the new movie to file this report. >> reporter
, steve williams, who have the lead. scott rolls in one of his six birdies on the day. he has the lead heading into tomorrow. more sports comes your way at 6:00. the cal bears football team begins camp. see you at 6:00. >> alan: thank you very much, >> alan: coming up in half hour. dozens of oakland police officers back on the job today. why they're patrolling the streets once again? and remembering a comic icon, celebrating lucille ball on her 100th birthday. join us at 6:00. >>> and tomorrow marks the 66th anniversary of the end of world war ii. and for some people it brings back memories of a famous life magazine photo. big band music played alongside the sculpture depicting the times square kiss at san francisco's fisherman's wharf today. the photographer never got the names of the sailor and the nurse, saying he was too busy capturing the spontaneous celebrations as people learned of the end of the war. at least 11 men have claimed to be the sailor and three women say they were the nurse. very iconic. >> leigh: all those people doing what they're doing in san francisco today. we h
a pga evegetable keegan bradley, one stroke back, and scott very plank and steve stricker on their tails. sunday should be a good one. >> we'll take our final time-out before we visit our local nfl training camp. raiders back in napa today after their loss to arizona this night. coach jackson has a reason for their bland performance on -dad, why e you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are the great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a perhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >> mike: the raiders were a lot further along than the 49ers. part of the reason, a little more familiarheart with their coaches, offense, and defense, hue jackson took here as head coach so the players have a feel what he want. the teams don't want to show too much in the preseason, and the raiders did just that again
is caddied by steve williams, who tiger fired last month. scott has six birdies and has the lead by one shot. tiger remains optimistic. >> it's been a very long time, and it feels good to go out there today and hit balls in practice and feel nothing and walk around and pretty much do anything i want on the golf course. >> tiger's the veils continue. >> when we come back, celebrating the 100th birthday of a >> are you tired and listless. do you pop out at parties? >> alan: family, friends and fans are celebrating what would have been lou seal -- lucille ball's 100th birthday. ball's daughter says "i love lucy" still makes her laugh today. >> i laugh everytime. everytime they do the chocolate factory scene. >> alan: lucille ball was born hundred years ago today in jamestown new york. he diedin' 1989. it. >> they had a great supporting cast. it was a very funny show. >> alan: timeless comedy. that's it for us at 6:00. thanks for watching. we'll be back at 1:00. captioned by closed captioning services inc.
is where the winds are right now. >>> we also sent steve osunsami up with the hurricane hunters. their job iso measure the strength of the hurricanes. and they fly right into the you of the storm. >> reporter: it sounds crazy and it was a bumpy ride. but we traveled deep into the middle of this gigantic storm, flying inside at 10,000 feet. >> we're getting closer to the coast. >> reporter: our air force reserve pilots and scientists were on a dangerous mission to take the storm's temperature. and it wasn't good. >> where we're at, sometimes it's over 100-mile-an-hour winds. >> reporter: wow. >> so, it's starting to develop. >> reporter: they shot canisters filled with sensors into the ferocious storm clouds. and the sensors were sending back the bad news. irene's pressure is dropping, which means the storm is getting stronger. the ocean waters below, incredibly warm, at 85 degeges helping it grow. and on the northeast side of the storm where it's usually most dangerous. this one especially so with hurricane-force winds that stretch out 100 miles. >> it's s large hurricane. it's a very larg
on steve harvey's book "act like a lady, think like a man." this didn't sit too well with anderson. take a listen. >> i for one cannot imagine why this did not happen sooner. if there's one thing you can say about chris brown, currently on probation for viciously assaulting his then-girlfriend rihanna, he oozes romance. >> how do you really feel, anderson? don't hold anything back. >> say what you think all the time. that's the best job in tv, huh? >> absolutely. >> chris brown did tweet, i guess people need ratings. it's cool, much love. kind of a passive-aggressive response. guess.s trying to move on, i >>> all right, now celebs are uniting to bring focus to africa where there's a lot of -- the food crisis in east africa, you've got beyonce, madonna, u2, they're all agreeing to run this video on their websites and on their social networking sites. you can see a bit of it here. they're not the only ones. britney spears, lady gaga, coldplay, it goes on and on and on, of course to raise attention for the cause. >> using this great bob marley song. >> absolutely. >> stay with us, everybody
the bridgestone invitational. but his caddie is the one that stole the spotlight. >> steve williams, who was fired by tiger woods, after 12 years, called it the best win of his life. and he pumped his fist in celebration. woods tied for 37th place. >>> now, some baseball highlights. we get those from espn news. >> good morning. this is your espn news update. i'm max bretos. sunday night, the yankees and red soso playing for the rest record in the american league. in the seventh inning, tied a a 1-1. brett gardner, nobody on. trying to get on base. but he'll do better than that. off of matt albers' solo shot. 415 feet. first career home run first the red sox. bottom of the ninth, mariano rivera to seal eat. marcos scutaro tags and scores. we're heading to extras. bottom of the tenth, red sox get runners on second and first. josh reddick, driving in pinch runner, darnell mcdonald. red sox win 3-2, in walkoff fashion. >>> the phillies have won nine-straight. roy oswalt making his first start since coming off the d.l. carlos beltran in the bottom of the third. three runs allowed. top of the eighth, ch
for an eagle. and adam scott whose caddie is steve williams that tiger fired last month. and scott has a one-shot lead as he heads into the final round. >>> next at 9:30, california is supposed to be reducing prison overcrowding but is the state moving fast enough. gang concerns needs lo a new police program that is actually working. >>> pg&e officials were warned months ahead of time that san bruno pipeline exploded last september was good candidate for disaster. management group also predicted that the emergency response plan was an unacceptable risk. risk management group all predicted the calamity in san bruno and an accident would raise questions about what top executives should have known about as a rule are in bills in the natural gas system. the report urged pg&e to install more shut-off valves. the report warned the disaster would lead to international tarnishing of pg&e's image. >> the state of california is facing a deadline to reducing the prison population on orders from the supreme court. now it seems that governor brown to shift inmates to local jails cannot happen in time. >>
around the country for hours to find some new work. abc's steve osunsami reports from atlanta. >> reporter: there were so many people desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. thousands waited overnight. some camped out in their business suits andffice heels in the stifling heat. >> i got here at 9:12. i got in there at like 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only way i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and were struggling to keep the line moving and get people moved inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get si. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to feed. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got child, kids, bills. you have to stay somewhere. you don't want to be homeless. >> reporter: stacy is a secretary laid off last fall. ronald carter, a certified pipe fitter, laid off in january. >> i came here thihinking i'd g a break. >> reporter: and? >> it's in the air, i guesess. >> reporte
's steve dorsey on the north carolina shore. >> reporter: the waiting days of summer tourist season at wrightsville beach could soon be disrupted. since the start of the week, people throughout wrightsville and new hanover county have been keeping a close eye on hurricane irene. >> it kind of concerns me being that big and that strong of winds. >> reporter: this family visiting the beach says they're worried hurricane irene could cut short their vacation planned through saturday. they're trying to enjoy the beach while they have the chance, but they've already stocked up on supplies. and have paid close attention to forecasts. >> this is the hurricane planning tool we use. it's called hurr-evac. >> reporter: throughout the day, new hanover emergency management officials, like warren lee, have been closely following the storm's progress. lee says the area could still feel the effects of irene, even >> this s is a big storm. t hit. even if we don't get a direct hit, the tropical storm force winds will be on top of us for an extended period of time. i expect we'll have some infrastruct
. and the leader through three rounds is adam scott, who caddie is steve williams, who tiger fired last month. talk about instant karma. we will get you. and they head into the final round today at the bridgestone. >>> next, california's spending practices under fire. why the state is playing hundreds of thousands of dollars to spend their prison guards to las vegas. despite the negative economic reports, one east bay city is defying the odds. we will >> two months before last month's gas explosion in san bruno the risk management group predicted with chilling accuracy their response created a significant risk. the risk management group all but predicted the calamity in san bruno even saying it would raise questions about what they should have known about the natural gas distribution system. the report urged pg&e to have nor automatic shut off valves. they also said it would lead to an international tarnishing of pg&e's image. hard to believe california will pay hundreds ever thousands of dollars to send prison guards to las vegas. we explain the deal to cover their annual union convention. >> hund
by 6 strokes. his buddy steve stroker opened with 73 and 74 in round 2. and keogh began bradley, the rookie, outstand, 6 under 64. he's at 5 under with fellow american jason duffner. for eagle on 5. not exactly a star-studded leaderboard at the pga. duffner and bradley leading at minus 5 and you have jim furyk, john senden all one back. the green bay packers visited the white house former cal star aaron rogers gave the president a packers jersey which was reluctantly accepted by the long time chicago bears fan. >> i'm just going to come out and say it. this hurts a little bit. [laughter] >> you know, you guys coming to my house to rub it in. [laughter] >> what are you going to do, go to ditka's house next? >> that's it, we are all going to ditka's. that's it for sports. the highlights here later. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> as larry just mentioned, yesterday a couple locals were inducted into the double hall of fame but they weren't the only bay area icons honored yesterday. in addition, long time legendary trainer, jerry locallendorfer was inducted into
daughter. >> reporter: her father, chuck cox, was passing out fliers when he was confronted by steve powell, the father of josh powell, susan's husband. >> how is your coming here helping to find susan? >> it isn't helping. how is your standing at our neighborhood market helping to find susan, chuck? people see the sign -- >> reporter: this open hostility is nothing new. >> they've been just bullying us from the beginning of this case. >> reporter: josh claims he left his wife at their utah home after midnight in december 2009, taking the couple's two young sons camping. susan was never seen again. skeptical investigators called josh a person of interest but have never charged him. josh and his family believe susan was leading a double life, that she may have run away to brazil with another man. josh says he's being unfairly demonized. >> there are a lot of people who have done a lot of attacks against our family. >> reporter: the bitterness erupted as police spent two days chasing a tip near ely, nevada, combing for clues among rocky hillsides and abandoned mines. they came up empty. >> ch
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